2019 National Tour

28 February 2019 / News

We’re incredibly excited to announce we’re hitting the road even earlier than usual this year for our 2019 National Tour! Our first concert will be in Featherston on 28 June, then it’s off to another eight cities to give twelve more concerts. Look out for us in Wellington (29 June), Napier (30 June), Tauranga (3 July), Auckland (5—7 July), Dunedin (11 July), Christchurch (12 July), and Blenheim (13 July). We arrive back in Wellington for our final performance on 14 July. On this tour there will be two fantastic programmes to enjoy, including some of our favourite works that are sure to become yours too. Ticket are on sale now!

 

Featherston

Friday 28 June, 7:30pm

ANZAC Hall

Wellington

Saturday 29 June, 2pm

St Mary of the Angels Church

Napier

Sunday 30 June, 5pm

Church Road Winery

Hamilton

Tuesday 2 July, 7:30pm

Dr John Gallagher Concert Chamber

Tauranga

Wednesday 3 July, 7:30pm    

Baycourt X Space

Devonport

Friday 5 July, 7:30pm

Holy Trinity Church

Waiheke Island    

Saturday 6 July, 4:30pm

Cable Bay Vineyards

Auckland

Sunday 7 July, 3pm

St Mary’s-in-Holy Trinity Cathedral

Dunedin

Thursday 11 July, 7:30pm

Dunedin Art Gallery - Donaghys Foyer    

Christchurch

Friday 12 July, 7:30pm

The Piano

Blenheim

Saturday 13 July, 1 & 5pm 

Cloudy Bay Vineyards

Wellington

Sunday 14 July, 3pm

Hunter Council Chamber

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